With Game of Thrones’ second season officially locked in for an April 1st premiere date, HBO is now giving fans and newcomers the opportunity to relive the glory that was the first season by replaying all ten episodes over the course of the weeks leading up to the second season premiere.

Beginning January 26th, HBO is set to re-air Game of Thrones Season 1, one episode at a time on Thursday nights. Of course, those with On Demand or HBO Go could probably rewatch all of Season 1 whenever they want, but a week to week countdown that allows us to revisit each, excellent installment of the series’ first season isn’t a bad way to pass the time and savor the drama while we wait for Season 2.

Here’s the trailer for the replay.



?Game of Thrones is a fantasy drama series based on George R.R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire series. For those of you who haven’t given the show a shot, now’s your chance! It lives up to the hype.
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